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Clubs and Organizations

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Looking to learn more about MCLA's Clubs and Organizations? Visit the Student Government Association Office located in the Campus Center Room 316 to find out more about the 51 opportunities to get involved. The office is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:45 pm. During the academic year, the office is open nights and weekends (posted hours TBD). Email or call 413-662-5401 to speak to a representative about the many engaging experiences we have to offer. Student Government Association sponsors many of our clubs and organizations.

Here are the current clubs and organizations recognized by SGA:

The purpose of this club is to encourage students to be actively involved in the MCLA campus community, share each other's thoughts, ideas and poetry. In addition, this club will help improve their poetry writing skills and create a positive self-esteem for their own creative writing. 

Wildlife Society FB TW IG 
The purpose of this club is to be an outlet for people who are interested in wildlife. The club will provide opportunities for members to meet wildlife professionals and become acquainted with the field of wildlife management. Members will also gain knowledge about wildlife techniques used by state and federal management agencies for rehabilitation, animal care, and conservation. 

WJJW (91.1 FM) Radio Station FB TW IG
WJJW is the FCC-licensed and student operated, non-commercial educational radio station of MCLA. It is comprised of student and community members who volunteer their time and are passionate about broadcasting. Some of what WJJW provides the community includes: news programming, Public Service Announcements, and exposure to independent and local artists. In addition, we host regular events including concerts, live and remote broadcasts throughout campus, and various contests. To get involved with WJJW, come to one of our meetings, or get in touch with an E-Board member through Office 365. Visit our website at

Writers' Guild 
The purpose of this club is to provide a space for creative writers to share and workshop prose, poetry, and any other form of creative writing, and to provide a network of support, inspiration, and opportunities for writers. 

The yearbook staff welcomes students who have a strong commitment and interest in producing a quality yearbook.

Yorick Shakespeare Club FB IG Tumblr
We are focused on celebrating William Shakespeare's works and making them accessible and engaging to a wider audience. Each year we put on at least one performance as well as other events such as dances, game nights, escape rooms and Bard Bash, which is our last event of the year where we take over the quad with performances, jousting, and pie eating contests.

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The Wildlife Society Attending the Climate March

WJJW Students in MCLA's 91.1FM Radio Station

Yorick's Production of "The Tempest" Church Street Center Social Hall